In part two of our IBC Conference preview, we look at some of the companies that will be showing their wares there…
Phonak Communications is showing the Roger Earpiece, a new discreet in-ear receiver. The Roger Earpiece system brings the benefits of Phonak’s advanced Roger digital audio platform into the studio, offering discreet and intelligible audio. The Roger Earpiece is shaped to sit comfortably inside the ear canal, ensuring virtual invisibility from the cameras.
PSI Audio will co-exhibit with synergy Swiss partners from Merging Technologies and Nagra Audio. PSI Audio’s booth will display a selection of their product range such as broadcast targeted weapons: A14-M Broadcast, A17-M, A21-M and A25-M 2-way and three-way speakers, SUB A225-M LFE/Subwoofer as well as our R&B -Router & Bass Management System and AVAA C20.
For the first time, RTW will show its new audio processor hardware, APRO-CLC01 for Continuous Loudness Control (CLC). The combination APRO-CLC01 provides the first OEM hardware for the CLC algorithm that RTW developed in cooperation with the German Institut für Rundfunktechnik. The CLC signal processing algorithm allows users to constantly control and regulate to a given program-loudness value and definable loudness range with minimal obstacles for unknown, live content.
A series of new visualisation tools for Qligent’s Vision cloud monitoring platform has been released in time for IBC. New visualisation features include a regulatory tool that monitors and records how long a station has been off-air or out of compliance; bitrate monitoring; and multi-dimensional dashboards ideal for systems with thousands of monitoring points; and impact analysis, a quick 1-2-3 step process that determines the overall impact a problem has on the broadcaster’s viewership.
Registration is still open for the event.